button in toolbar for more information.
Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : October 8 2008
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, October 9, 2008 23 DIARY www.innerwestweekly.com.au Doug Walters is speaking at the Sports Lunch. Have a ladies' night out to raise money for breast cancer research. Thursday, October 9 Ballet for Seniors with mature and accredited teacher from 9.30am-10.30am at Concord Senior Citizens' Centre, 9 Wellbank St, Concord. Cost $5. Toning and conditioning (hand weights/floor work) with accredited trainer from 10.30am-11.30am. Cost is $5. Phone 9743 5793. Take a bike safari around Sydney Olympic Park. Explore the Olympic Circuit, the Parklands Circuit or the River Heritage Circuit. Bike hire is available. Pick up a bike map from the Visitors' Centre or download one at www.sydneyolympicpark.com.au Creative Activities run by the Schizophrenia Fellowship at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, Summer Hill, from noon-2pm. Time out for the carer and free creative activities for people with a mental Illness. Light lunch and refreshments are included. Phone 9716 4404. Ashfield Toastmasters meets at Club Ashfield from 7pm. Phone Kirrilie Oates on 0401 234 092. Sydney Town Chorus meets at 7.30-10pm at Concord Citizens Centre, Wellbank St. Women's four-part harmony, visitors welcome. Phone Adrienne on 0412 705 564 or Linda on 0419 274 851. Kids Bliss Yoga runs weekly classes for 3-to- 5-year-olds (4pm) and 5-to-12-year-olds (4.30pm) at the Concord Yoga Studio, 2/43 Majors Bay Rd. Friday, October 10 The Sports Lunch will be held from noon at The Rowers, Drummoyne. Former Group 1 champion jokey, trainer and commentator Malcolm Johnston and Australian cricket legend Doug Walters are guest speakers. There will be a charity auction and all money raised will go the Children's Hospital at Westmead. Tickets cost $85 each or $800 for a table of 10, including four-course lunch and beer, wine and soft drink. To book phone 9719 1522. Ladies Night Out to raise funds for breast cancer research at Burwood RSL Club, Shaftsbury Rd, Burwood, from 7.30pm for 8pm. Complimentary drink on arrival plus a two-course dinner. Fashion parade by Wombat Fashion and a raffle. Tickets cost $25. Phone Shirley on 9789 2225. Parenting Australia Expo at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park open 10am-4pm until Sunday. Admission $15, children free. Tai chi for over-50s is run by the Health Promotion Service, Sydney South West Area Health Service at Burwood Cultural and Community Centre at 9.45am. Phone SHARE on 9533 4422. Saturday, October 11 Fashion parade at 1.30pm at Concord RSL Women's Bowling Club, Nirranda St, Concord West. Stafford Fashions for the young and mature at affordable prices. Cost is $5 including afternoon tea and a lucky door prize. Phone 9743 4171. Hand Weavers and Spinners Guild of NSW Inc open day from 9.30am-4pm at the church hall of St Paul's Church, 205 Burwood Rd, Burwood (just up from Burwood station). Free entry. Demonstrations including spinning, weaving, felting and carding. Displays, competitions, prizes, traders selling a huge array of fibres, fleeces, books, dyes etc. Second-hand books and equipment. Sausage sizzle, afternoon teas. Counsellor and family therapist is available at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, by appointment. Call Nicole on 0402 092 009. Sound Beginnings learning through music for young children is held at Summmer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St from 3.30-4.30pm. Sunday, October 12 Sunday afternoon music at St Anne's Anglican Church, Homebush and Beresford roads, Strathfield, from 2.30pm. Showcasing talented young artists -- baritone Kurt Ison, Wen Zhu on violin, Scott Yu Huang on piano and Stacey Xiaoyu Yang on organ. Splash Festival at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre from 10am-5pm. Three of the centre's pools will transform into an inflatable frenzy -- the diving pool will include the giant Coke slide from the 7m dive tower. The competition pool will include two giant inflatable obstacle courses -- The Eliminator and Chase'n'Race -- and challenge yourself on the Tarzan Swing in the training pool. For the little ones, there is a giant crocodile inflatable. Tickets cost adults from $17, children from $15 and families from $50. Try lawn bowls for free at Concord RSL Bowling Club, Nirranda St, Concord from 1pm- 4pm with light refreshments. Dress is casual with soft flat-soled shoes. To book a place phone John on 8765 8050 or Eric on 9743 0121. Monday, October 13 Concord Combined Probus Club will meet at Concord Bowling Club, Clermont Ave, North Strathfield, at 2pm. There will be an interesting speaker and afternoon tea. Phone Noreen on 9743 4346. Burwood Community Yoga is offering three classes per week in term 4. Monday at 6.15pm, Wednesday at 6.15pm and Saturday at 8.45am. Phone Kelli on 0415 970 408 . Gentle aerobic exercises from 2.30-3.30pm, and toning and conditioning class 3.30pm-4.30pm using hand weights, stretch bands and involving floor work, Concord Senior Citizens' Centre, 9 Wellbank St. Cost $5 per class. Phone 9743 5793. Free Tax Help for low-income earners at Concord (morning) and Five Dock (afternoon). Bookings through Drummoyne Community Centre on 9719 8102. Knitters and crocheters required for handicraft group to work for charity at Concord Senior Citizens Centre, 9 Wellbank St, Concord from 9am-1.30pm. Cost is 50c, with morning tea provided. Phone 9743 5793. Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Toastmasters Club meets at 7pm. Phone Kirrilie Oates on 0401 234 092. Rina Lee's dance classes at Summer Hill Community Centre, 131 Smith St, are held Mondays and Wednesdays mornings and afternoons for children and adults. Phone Karina Hannan on 0419 748 623. Tuesday, October 14 Morning tea to raise funds for breast cancer at 10am at Burwood WW rooms, Burwood Plaza. Tickets $5 each. Phone Shirley on 9789 2225. Communities for Communities and Canada Bay Council are holding a breakfast event at Ecco Ristorante in Drummoyne Sailing Club to raise money to build Rainbow Village in South Vietnam for homeless families. Visit www.communitiesforcommunities.com.au Free tax help for low-income earners at Drummoyne Community Centre (afternoon). Bookings on 9719 8102. Learn public speaking at Telecom Burwood Toastmasters Club from 5.30-7pm. Phone Ken Moore on 9645 1306. Wednesday, October 15 Drummoyne Toastmasters Speechcraft course begins to help you overcome nervousness and speak with conviction. Every Wednesday at 7pm for six weeks. To register email executive@drummoynetm. org.au or call Marc Bourrigan on 0411 644 264. Gentle aerobic exercises with accredited trainer at Concord Senior Citizens' Centre, 9 Wellbank St, Concord from 9am-10am. Cost $5. Phone 9743 5793. Send your community notices, including contact details, to email@example.com, fax 9018 3531 or post to Inner-West Weekly, 181 First Ave, Five Dock NSW 2046. 2283413i iww wk14 Attention all carpet buyers! Australia's leading carpet manufacturer has chosen Carpet Right to urgently clear 30,000m² of top quality wool carpet. 100% NZ wool twist piles, textured loops and sisals. All extra heavy duty and first quality premium grade. At prices never seen before! Save up to 60%! All carpets in stock now and can be laid before Christmas. Offers available at all stores. While stocks last. CARPET RIGHT CARPETS•LAMINATES•VINYLS•TIMBER FLOORS Never beaten on price! All carpets installed on Bridgestone Rubber Underlay OPEN 7 DAYS MONDAY-FRIDAY 8.30AM-5PM SATURDAY 9AM-5PM SUNDAY 10AM-4PM www.carpetright.com.au DRUMMOYNE - 146 VICTORIA ROAD, 9719 8366 DURAL 252 New Line Rd 9651 4625 BELROSE 1/2 Niangala Cl 9450 1511 GORDON 900 Pacific Hwy 9498 8077 CHATSWOOD 234 Victoria Ave 9411 1440 HORNSBY 2 Burdett St 9476 3100 CROWS NEST Shop 32-35, 103-111 Willoughby Rd 9438 3933 CASTLECRAG 165 Eastern Valley Way 9958 4333 BROOKVALE 20 Green St 9938 2306
October 15 2008
October 1 2008